The Kimchi Session by NON Berlin // Ido Shin, Jinwoo Yang, Symphonic-Percussion Berlin 

20/06/2015// 9pm// Neu Heimat// Revaler Straße 99

Preis: 5 Euro// online ticket

Yang, Jinwoo
Yang, Jinwoo (1976, born in Seoul, Korea) graduated with a BFA in Sculpture at College of Fine Arts and MFA in Sculpture from Graduate School of Seoul National University, Korea. He currently lives and works in Berlin, Germany. By using various media, Yang questions the loss of value of moments, materials or everyday things - all we had once used and then discarded out of necessity. He constantly experiments with subjects extending from simple objects to spaces and also relationships.

Ido Shin

Graduated from the Department of Architecture of ‘Technical University in Berlin’ and as a registered architect in the ‘Berlin Chamber of German Architects’, Shin began his career at the ‘Hadi Teherani Architects’ and has carried out various projects including Suncity urban planing of Bangalore, India, domestic architecture projects and hotel projects both in Seoul, Korea and Berlin, Germany. He also extended his work toscenography and also collaborateswith diverse artists and projects.


Four talented and experimental musicians from the Deutsche Oper and Deutschen Symphonie-Orchester Berlin had gathered and organized "Symphonic-percussion Berlin" in 2011. This time they are collaborating with artist Jinwoo Yang for The Kimchi Session.

Rüdiger Ruppert/ Jens Hilse/ Björn Matthiessen/Henrik Magnus Schmidt//

THE KIMCHI SESSION is a collaboration project organized by NON Berlin with two performers and Symphonic-Percussion Berlin, consisting of 4 professional musicians. Using Kimchi as a communication tool, the powerful sound and live Kimchi making process create a unique experience while the performers and musicians playfully exchange a dialog with no words but only with Kimchi and music.

Following the success of its first debut which was in February, THE KIMCHI SESSION will be presented at one of Berlin's hottest cultural entertainment spot Neue Heimat

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